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A highly motivated research laboratory specialist is sought for a position in an academic laboratory focused on T cell immunobiology. Our lab studies how molecular pathways in T cells impact immune responses. Experiments will involve the use of common molecular biology techniques, cell culture, mouse modeling, multi-color flow cytometry, and "omic" approaches to investigate the biology and functioning of T cell populations.
The primary role of this position is to perform experiments including the preparation of materials, data collection, documentation of results, and analyses. There will also be responsibility for maintenance of mouse colony and laboratory management
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- Excellent medical, dental and vision coverage effective on your very first day
- 2:1 Match on retirement savings
- Design and perform experiments, including isolation and culture of mouse or human T cells, multi-color flow cytometry analysis and sorting, DNA/RNA isolation, RNA isolation, tissue culture and cellular immunology experiments.
- Collect, process and analyze research data, reporting to the Principal Investigator. Maintains an accurate and up to date electronic notebook with experimental details. Monitors data to ensure consistent quality.
- Responsible for the maintenance of the mouse colony, including performing routine checks, genotyping with PCR analysis, record-keeping and database management
- Responsible for general laboratory organization, compliance with regulatory requirements, maintenance, record-keeping and ordering laboratory supplies for laboratory.
- Train and supervise junior members of the lab under direction of PI
- Bachelor’s Degree is required, 1-3 years of experience in a related field.
- Experience with multi-color flow cytometry, animal handling, basic molecular biology techniques (RNA, DNA, protein).
Post-graduate biomedical degree preferred.
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